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Best of 2022: TV Series, Movies to Binge Over Thanksgiving Weekend [UPDATED] – The Root

I know hitting the Black Friday sales sounds good right about now, but let’s be honest: you don’t really want to fight an old lady for that last set of half-price sheets. Just do what you want, which is to stay home and catch up on all the TV and movies you missed this year. Luckily, we’ve got a convenient list of the best choices right here waiting for you.

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If you didn’t get to see Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s anti-hero kicking ass in theaters, the DC Comics action epic is available on digital release Nov. 22. Bonus: stay for the credits, you won’t be disappointed.

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Though this latest entry in the Game of Thrones universe is predictably familiar, the final few episodes are so action-packed they make the season worth investing in.
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This drama following the fascinating characters populating London’s criminal world is not for everyone, but it’s an absolute thriller.

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This Star Wars spy thriller about the origins of the rebellion is extremely timely. Take notes on defeating an Empire. You may need them down the road.
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Middle-earth gets inclusive in Prime Video’s stunning introduction to The Lord of the Rings universe.

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If you missed Jordan Peele’s wild alien invasion at the theater, beginning Nov. 18, you can catch it on Peacock and try to process it in the comfort of your own home.

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Viola Davis’ epic action hit about the badass Agojie warriors will be available digitally on Nov. 22.

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Regina Hall and Sterling K. Brown “Shake for the Lord” as a megachurch pastor and his wife hilariously try to regain their reputations.
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Jennifer Walters charming entry into the MCU is both hilarious and thought-provoking, as her explanation of how being a woman prepares her for life as a Hulk is brilliant. Bonus points for She-Hulk twerking with Megan Thee Stallion.
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Jacob Anderson, Sam Reid and Bailey Bass bring new flavor to Anne Rice’s popular vampire tale. Warning: Once you start this one, you will not be able to stop until you’ve watched all seven episodes.

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Samuel L. Jackson reminds everyone that he’s so much more than Nick Fury with his heartbreaking performance of a man suffering from dementia.

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The surprise of the year is how Bel-Air is able to thread the impossible needle of staying true to its sitcom roots, while establishing its own unique, fascinating world.

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Enjoy Season 2 of this empowering Starz drama because we won’t be back at the Pynk until Season 3 premieres in two years.

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If I’m being honest, you don’t necessarily need to binge all of Atlanta Season 4. But, you definitely need to see the brilliant “The Goof Who Sat By the Door,” which is a full mockumentary on the making of A Goofy Movie.
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Issa Rae’s latest examination of female friendship and the fight for a satisfying career is worth another look.

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Courtney B. Vance delivers another acting masterclass in this gripping AMC+/ALLBLK drama. Sadly, the story of a young Black man being victimized by the criminal justice system is all too familiar.

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This critically acclaimed documentary follows the residents of Africatown as they fight to preserve their history.
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The maternal mortality rate among Black women becomes personal for two men who bond over losing their partners.
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Moses Ingram gives a standout performance as Third Sister in this captivating story of the famed Jedi’s lost years on Tatooine.

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